Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Inspired by Pinterest Part 2 and 'Read' Sign FREEBIE

I hope you all are enjoying your summer!

I have been using this time to catch up on the blogs I follow, discover new blogs to follow, and find great ideas on Pinterest!

Here are a couple of things that missed my last Inspired by Pinterest post  
{because I could not get the dang pictures to turn properly...grr}

I found this great idea on Pinterest {source}
This chart will be used when the focus is on teaching specific numbers.
I love how lots of different skills are being touched on!

This anchor chart will be used during subsequent readings of our book study books.
I'll point to a picture, and students will retell that part of the story.

The castle represents the setting of the story. Pete the Cat represents the characters in the story.

The starting line represents how the story begins. The 3 dots are for students to recall 3 events from the story. The finish line represents how the story ends.

This retelling chart is a spinoff of the fantastic retelling rope I found {here}:

I've seen various versions of the 'READ' sign, and came up this to match my classroom. It can be hung horizotnally or vertically for a bunting or banner effect.
The dotted backgrounds are turquoise, orange, brown, and pink.
The finished product measures 8" high x 32" wide.

It coordinates with the dotted turquoise, brown, and pink Welcome Bunting from my previous post:

You can download the READ sign from my TPT store {here}.

You can download the Welcome Bunting from my TPT store {here}.

I'd love it if you followed my store!

Find more home and school Pinterest inspiration {here}.


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